Midlands Community Foundation to Honor Bindy & Bob Frederick With Reflection Award

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Midlands Community Foundation to Honor Bindy & Bob Frederick With Reflection Award

Midlands Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Bindy and Bob Frederick will receive the Reflection Award at the organization’s 2018 Reflection Ball on January 20 at the Embassy Suites in La Vista. Each year Midlands Community Foundation honors an individual or individuals who have contributed significantly to Sarpy and Cass counties and the mission of the Foundation with its Reflection Award.

Bob and Bindy started their community service in Gretna with the Gretna Jaycees and Jayceetts. Upon moving to Papillion, Bob joined the Chamber of Commerce, Papillion Lions Club, coached little league baseball and basketball and Bindy joined the Junior Women’s Club and elementary and junior high PTO Clubs.

Since then, Bob has served as President of the Papillion LaVista Monarch Athletic Booster Club, Past President of the Papillion Area Lions Club, Board Member of the Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation, Board Member of the Nebraska Stroke Foundation, Past President and member of the Trinity Lutheran Endowment Committee, Board Member of Midlands Community Foundation and Project Harmony Service League. He is currently a board member of the Papillion Area Lions Club, the Papillion Library Foundation, Project Harmony, Pinnacle Bank Region One, Trinity Lutheran Church Council (Treasurer) and Co-Chairman of Hops for Harmony.

Bindy has served as president of the Papillion Junior Women’s Club and is a current member. She also is a member of the Horizon Women’s Club and current treasurer, past president and member of the Papillion La Vista Schools Foundation from 1987-2013. Bindy currently serves on the Midlands Community Foundation Reflection Ball Committee.

Prior to retirement, Bob and Bindy worked for two great employers, Pinnacle Bank and Bergan Mercy Hospital (aka Alegent Health and CHI) that strongly believed in and encouraged community involvement.